Listen: US, Dow And Mary Barra discussed on KDWN Programming
"Morning. America's First News continues the seventh day of December. Af money this morning. Asian shares were mostly higher after gains on Wall Street, but investors continue to watch for news about US trying to trade fiction yesterday on Wall Street, the S and P five hundred following just four points. The Dow dropped seventy nine and the average briefly slumped as much as seven hundred eighty four the technology, heavy NASDAQ composite reversed in early loss to finish with a gain adding twenty nine the Russell two thousand of small company stocks I gave up a little more than three points at pre-market numbers. Dow futures trading down just seventy four this morning. I tech heavy. Nasdaq futures in the red twenty one while the gap between what the US cells, and what it buys from foreign countries hit fifty five point five billion in October. According to the Commerce Department the politically sensitive deficit with China. That rose seven point one percent to a record forty three point one billion last week stocks jumped after fed chair Jerome Powell indicated the central Bank might consider a pause and rate hikes next year, while it gauges the impacts of its credit tightening program members of the Michigan congressional delegation of met with General Motors CEO, Mary Barra and their attempt to keep a Detroit area simply plant from closing urging her to give auto workers a chance at a new line of electric vehicles soon headed into production Bara struck a positive note and said she was grateful for the federal bailout of the company I feel like they had a very."